Win a copy of The Karate Kid 4K UHD Collection Collectible Limited Edition Set! **COMPETITION CLOSED**

The beloved Karate Kid franchise, directed by Academy Award-winner John G. Avildsen (Rocky), comes to 4K with the THE KARATE KID 4K UHD COLLECTION. The trilogy of martial arts action classics is remastered with Dolby Vison and Dolby Atmos and features a whole host of new bonus features to bring back the nostalgia for this classic ‘underdog’ tale!

Featuring memorable performances by Ralph Macchio (The Outsiders, My Cousin Vinny) and Noriyuki “Pat” Morita (The Next Karate Kid, TV’s Baywatch), this collection recounts the coming-of-age tale of Daniel, as he is trained by unexpected teacher Mr. Miyagi and learns the important lesson that there is more to karate than fighting. This trio of landmark 80s action films follow the story of a boy and his sensei, in a journey to self-confidence spanning from the San Fernando Valley to Okinawa.

THE KARATE KID 4K UHD COLLECTION comes to 4K Ultra HD on December 6 courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.


Terms & Conditions

-Open to UK participants only.

-Competition closes on 2 January 2022 , the winners will be picked at random and emailed accordingly

-One entry per household, multiple entries will not be counted.

-There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable.

-Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner.


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